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Brownstone Trail

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FaezehEffendi wrote a review Sep 2020
Saint Paul, Minnesota14 contributions1 helpful vote
Very nice walking trail. Short portion of road is closed and must use Hwy 13, but it is not too bad. Trail is still is very pretty.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sue wrote a review Aug 2020
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We LOVE this trail, but heard that there is a big expensive study that is keeping this from getting fixed. Certainly hope the politics of this gets worked out soon.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Robert K wrote a review Jul 2020
Stoughton110 contributions24 helpful votes
The trail runs from downtown to the SeaGull Inn, then there is a 6 minute detour on the shoulder of Highway 13 before you can rejoin it. Great views of the lake,quiet and well shaded. This trip we only walked 30 mins south then turned back
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Date of experience: July 2020
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82Aaron wrote a review Jul 2020
Minnetonka, Minnesota10 contributions2 helpful votes
My wife and I started on the trail from Bayfield and it didn't take long before we ran into the detour that takes you up to WI highway 13 that you have to walk along for 6 or 7 blocks. After we got back on the trail, it didn't appear that we would have good views of the lake, so we turned back.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Catherine wrote a review Jul 2020
25 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a nice, easy trail that you pick up near the Bayfield Lumberyard (next to Maggie's). There are nice views of the lakes and some of the rock formations. It's mostly flat, so would probably be okay for kids and/or older people as well. There are some plaques at the beginning of the trail that give historical info about the town of Bayfield. Unfortunately some of it was damaged in 2017, so the middle part of the trail is closed right now, but there is a detour. Hopefully the whole thing will be open again soon!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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